Zombies, horror films, books, and an intense love of animals. These four things pretty much sum up everything you'll ever need to know about me.
I didn’t think the movie theater up here would be doing a midnight showing of The Amazing Spider-Man since it’s a small theater, but they’ve surprised me with a 7:00 advanced showing on May 1st. My suite mates and I bought our tickets as soon as it was announced today, and I’m so excited. Not only for the fact that we get to see it ahead of everyone else, but because we actually have the chance to leave this place for a few hours since we don’t have the luxury of going home all the time.
I really hate living with these people sometimes.
I can’t wait to graduate this shit hole already. I really hate being surrounded by these people all the time. I’m excited for the day I get to take a shower and not see a clump of someone else’s hair on the floor, or the day I get to go sleep without hearing loud voices from the living room. I just want back my space already.
So I passed my practice VTNE, which makes me feel a little better about the exam. I just hope I can do the same for when one it’ll actually count.
I’m having so much anxiety right now over the realization that I’m going back to school tomorrow.
I GOT THE JOB! I am so freaking happy right now, and they’re paying me so well just to be a trainee. And then when I get my license, my pay will go up even more. I’m just beyond words at this moment.
My first choice clinic I interviewed for on Tuesday invited me back tomorrow for a few hours to see how things are done there. I feel pretty confident that I’m going to get this job, but I don’t want to get my hopes up just yet. I really like what I saw while I was there for my interview. It seems like a well organized place, and the roles assigned are designed so that one person isn’t doing too much. For instance, the vet assistants are in charge of doing appointments with the doctor instead of the vet techs so that they get more things done in the back. The manager there told me that until I took my VTNE, though, I couldn’t do any vet tech responsibilities such as catheters and blood draws, which makes perfect sense for legal reasons. So until July, they will be training/ observing, and I’m fine with that. Then once I get my license my pay will go up quite a bit.
It comes in waves.